University of Arizona's Monica Bisordi performs on the beam April 3, 2004 at the NCAA Women's Gymnastics South Central Region at McKale Center.
Arizona’s only participant in this week’s NCAA gymnastics championships will be a Florida Gator.
I love when smart coaches try something new. The really intelligent ones almost always do.
School districts get school supplies, food
No one has officially counted the athletes, administrators and coaches of every sort who have worn Arizona Wildcats colors over the last century, but a good guess is that it's close to 14,000.
A few weeks ago, munching a soft pretzel at the Tucson Mall, I thought I saw Kerri Strug walk by, pushing a baby stroller.
Michael Phelps, left, and Ryan Lochte fly off the starting blocks to begin their showdown in the 200-meter individual medley. For Phelps, it was the first individual victory in London.
Schedule subject to change. (L) - live; for listings of specific events, visit nbcolympics.com/tv-listings/index.html
LONDON - Michael Phelps spent the day thinking about all the things he's doing for the final time at the pool. It turns out that included one last win over Ryan Lochte.
Kayla Harrison, in white, overcame sexual abuse by a former coach to win gold in judo.
LONDON - Kayla Harrison took her spot atop the medal stand, determined not to cry during the national anthem.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - Danell Leyva, once a refugee from Cuba, and national champion John Orozco clinched automatic spots on the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team Saturday afternoon.
Editor's note: We are counting down to the July 27 start of the Olympics with Southern Arizona moments and figures from previous Games.
CHICAGO - Nastia Liukin sat in her hotel room and pulled out her competition leotard - hot pink, of course.
At Craig Hospital in Denver, Drew learned to operate his motorized wheelchair by blowing through a tube.
UA sophomore Hunter Kroll and Drew Donnellan study for finals at the UA's Center for Disability Related Resources. Drew completed his college career with a media arts degree and earned all A's and B's, with a single C, and has thrived on his independence.
Drew's gymnastics career came to an end on May 12, 2006, after he over-rotated on a flip and landed on his head.